Introduction 1. Sit (pg. 1) 2. Walk (pg. 15) 3. Stand (pg. 39)
This book was practically a pamphlet at a meager 67 pages of very small text. But what it lacks in size it makes up for in content. I did give this book a 3 in readability, not because it is technical but because Watchman Nee's older writing style takes a bit of getting used to.
In this book Watchman Nee is breaking down the book of Ephesians. His primary point is that Ephesians can be broken into three sections:
Chapters 1 to 3 (Sit 2:6)
Chapters 4 to 6:9 (Walk 4:1)
Chapter 6:10 to 6:24 (Stand 6:11)
Now I know that may not make much sense but that is why you have to read the book. This is a book I would have passed over due to its size but I had multiple people recommend it to me, so I gave it a change. Those people did right by me, and I would like to recommend this to you. I found that the subject seemed simple at first but in reality what Nee was saying was profound. This is one of those books I read slowly and found myself really chewing on the content and being challenged by what it was saying.
For me personally, this book reminded me that its not about what I am doing for Christ but what Christ is doing in me. We get so busy trying to perform we forget that we are powerless without Jesus and that we need to "SIT" with Him before we try to do anything else (WALK) or try to take on life's challenges (STAND).
I would highly encourage you to read this book, but plan on spending some time on it. There is a lot packed in this small package.